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The clutch in a car is responsible for transmitting power between the engine and the transmission in vehicles that use a manual transmission. Use a clutch to stop or change gears without doing damage to the gears in a vehicle’s transmission with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repairs and mechanics. Expert: JB Hebert Contact: www.wrxtra.com Bio: JB Hebert is a machinist, metal fabricator, and auto mechanic who has been fixing and modifying all things mechanical for over 20 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

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9 Responses to “Auto Repair & Mechanics : How Does a Clutch Work?”

  1. FindlaySucks says:

    This guy is good. Thanks.

  2. saintEmory says:

    wonderful explanation

  3. jazztrmpr94 says:

    good.

  4. monsterenergy0102 says:

    very good

  5. steveho75 says:

    When I pull the clutch it does not move the car. and I Smell burning from it. Should i take to transmission shop to replaced It?

    Steve

  6. FlashDusk says:

    when does it burn?

  7. YadePown says:

    i guess that you have to replace you clutch with a new one =) but just guessing :p

  8. TokeBlem says:

    yooo thnx man

  9. dosteddaram says:

    Burning a clutch is simply overheating your clutch. Overheating by means of prolonged partial engaugement on your part, or high revs in partial engaugement, or a weak pressure plate on the clutch’s part.

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